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Gallery talk

Moore's own 'Technicolor Dream': prints and drawings of the 1960s

14:30

Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire

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A photo of a colourful pattern drawing in felt-tipped pen. The dominant colours are red, yellow and black
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In the 1960s Moore embraced new drawing materials and printmaking techniques, employing striking colour and graphic effects. Join the exhibition curator Hannah Higham as she explores Moore’s works on paper of the decade and how they counter and complement his sculpture.

Gallery talks are included in your Studios & Gardens admission ticket.
Please make your way to the exhibition gallery, talks begin at 14:30 and last around 15 minutes.

Exhibition and events

Henry Moore: The Sixties
A man walks between two sculptures by Henry Moore in a large gallery space: 'Large Spindle Piece' and 'Large Standing Figure: Knife Edge'.

Exhibition

Henry Moore: The Sixties

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Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire
All the World's a Stage: Henry Moore and the Performing Arts
An out of focus colour photo showing a theatre stage with 3 performers in costume. They are performing under a set which comprises two white, semi-abstract arches.

Open archive session

All the World's a Stage: Henry Moore and the Performing Arts

11:00–16:00

Henry Moore Archive
Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire

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Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Experience Henry Moore’s iconic work in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside with a visit to the artist’s former home, studios and sculpture gardens.

Perry Green
Hertfordshire
SG10 6EE
United Kingdom

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